Track Tropical Storm Isaias’ path as the storm impacts Vermont and other parts of East Coast

After making landfall in North Carolina Monday night, Tropical Storm Isaias is continuing its trek northward along the East Coast. 

Isaias made landfall Monday night near Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina. 

The current trajectory of the storm’s weakening path is projected to impact parts of Vermont with heavy rainfall Tuesday. This could cause flash flooding, the National Hurricane Center reports. Numerous tornadoes have been reported along the mid-Atlantic coast.

The National Weather Service’s forecast for Burlington shows a 90% chance of rain during the day and a 100% chance this evening, with winds up to 26 mph and a possible one to two inches of rain. 

Most of the rain is predicted to have passed by Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. 

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Tropical Storm Isaias is the ninth named storm of the the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, which had its first named storm, Tropical Storm Arthur, in early May. Hurricane Hanna became the first hurricane of the season in late July. The Category 1 storm made landfall in South Texas on July 24.